June 22 – Morning Headlines

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Piercy War resolution adopted by US Mayors

June 22 – Morning Headlines

  • Tim Chuey Weather
    Tim Chuey Weather Summer may have officially started, but we’re going back to Spring-like temperatures and a slight chance of sprinkles once again. A mix of clouds and sun and cooler, mostly cloudy tonight, mostly cloudy Thursday AM with a slight …
  • Judge rules suspect fit to stand trial in Eugene murder case
    A 24-year-old Eugene man accused of killing his landlord and burying her body in the backyard of her west Eugene home has returned from the Oregon State Hospital mentally fit to stand trial, a judge ruled Tuesday. Miguel Angel Chavez faces a murder cha…
  • Offender programs under the budget ax
    A divided public safety advisory council will recommend today that Lane County slash by more than half the community corrections dollars it spends on drug and alcohol treatment, on mental health and sex offender treatment, and on housing and other tran…
  • Vigil Planned for Jet Ski Crash Victim
    The community will gather Tuesday night to remember a 20-year-old man killed in a jet ski crash this weekend. Family and friends of Shea Slayton say it’s only fitting to hold the …
  • Man robs downtown Eugene bank
    Authorities are investigating a Monday afternoon bank robbery that occurred at a Wells Fargo branch in downtown Eugene. The robbery was reported at 3:09 pm at a bank located at 99 E. …

 

  • USA Track & Field: Eugene’s Erin Gray walks her way onto national stage
    That plea might seem needless for the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships this week, except that Gray’s event, the 20-kilometer race walk, is…
  • U.S. mayors adopt Piercy’s resolution
    Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy was a no-show this week when the U.S. Conference of Mayors gathered in Baltimore to vote on an anti-war resolution — in which the lead sponsor was Mayor Kitty Piercy. But, in a way, that was the point. “Our city has had to…
  • Springfield streets to close for sealant work
    Several Springfield streets will be temporarily closed today and Thursday as part of maintenance road work. A slurry seal will be applied to the street surfaces for preservation and protection. Once the slurry seal is applied, no traffic will be allowe…
  • Education package approved
    SALEM — After a one-day stall, the state Legislature got rolling again Tuesday on a 14-bill package that contains a wide variety of reforms for the state’s public education system. All the reforms — which include Gov. John Kitzhaber’s plan to c…
  • UO No. 7 Among Top 10 Sexually Healthy Schools
    The University of Oregon receives top marks in many things, and the latest is for their sexual health. The UO ranks seventh out of 141 colleges in a study put out by Trojan Condoms an…
  • Report Forecasts Oregon’s Road to Recovery
    If you think the Eugene-Springfield area is close to recovering from the recession, forget it. It’s years away, according to a new report. The economic forecasting firm IHS Glob…
  • Eugene Clinic Offers New Cancer Treatment
    New cancer detection technology arriving in Lane County means faster, more precise treatment for cancer patients. The Willamette Valley Cancer Institute acquired a so-called SmartAr…

 

  • Blackhawk steals the show at police camp for kids
    What can one up the Eugene Police Department’s crisis intervention team roaring onto the scene with lights flashing in the eyes of a Eugene Police Activities League camper? How about Sluggo and …
Piercy War resolution adopted by US Mayors

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